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  • Dad Dumps Three-Year-Old Son in Hospital
    Three-year-old kerosene explosion victim, Ozillia Alex-Adjissi, has been allegedly abandoned by her father, Alex, at the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital (UCTH) in Calabar, Cross River State after losing her mother and brother to the explosi[...]
    Date Posted: 28/Jun/2017
  • Anambra State Mandatory Continuing Professional Development Programme (MCPDP) 2017 For Nur...
    MCPDP is Mandatory Continuing Professional Development Programme. The programme is a brain child of the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria which was established in March 2010. The programme was designed for all cadres of nurses and is to be u[...]
    Date Posted: 28/Jun/2017
  • Is Nursing A Calling Or A Job? By Nurse Muhammad Auwal Almustapha
    It’s not usual to discover one’s self calling in a particular profession, but with some people it begins when they are young. They usually realize their potential and gradually build on it, while for others it takes much more than that.[...]
    Date Posted: 27/Jun/2017
  • WHO Lauds Africa’s Progress in Malaria, HIV Control
    The World Health Organisation has commended the African region for making significant progress in malaria control in the last five years.   The WHO Regional Director for Africa, Dr Matshidiso Moeti, in a statement in Abuja on Tuesda[...]
    Date Posted: 27/Jun/2017
  • Bureau to Roll out Project to Enhance Service Delivery in Hospitals
    The Bureau of Public Service Reforms (BPSR) said it will roll out a project on July 3 that will make it easier for patients to see doctors in government hospitals.   The Director-General of BPSR, Dr Joe Abah, made this known in an intervie[...]
    Date Posted: 27/Jun/2017
  • Why Nigeria Needs Local Vaccine Industry – Experts
    As at the time Nigeria was still waiting for vaccines to come from abroad during the Cerebrospinal meningitis (CSM) outbreak in March this year, 282 people had died, 1,966 people were infected and the disease was spreading to more states.  &[...]
    Date Posted: 27/Jun/2017
  • Many of our Students were Forced to Study Nursing – Director
    The Director of Nursing at the Kwara State School of Nursing and Midwifery, Mrs Victoria Olusayo Aina has decried the lack of interest by some students of the school because they were forced to study nursing by their parents.   Speaking du[...]
    Date Posted: 27/Jun/2017
  • Lagos Upgrades 40 Primary Health Care Centres
    Lagos State Government on Monday said it has upgraded 40 Primary Healthcare Centres (PHCs) across the state  to ensure that victims of all forms of sexual assault receive adequate medical assistance.   The Coordinator of  Lagos S[...]
    Date Posted: 27/Jun/2017
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